PHOENIX – Arizona has 4.4 million registered voters, according to a quarterly report from the Secretary of State’s Office. Voter registration has increased by more than 64,000 Arizonans since the last quarterly voter registration update in April.
“This is great news for the state. Even in the middle of a pandemic, it is clear that voters are ready to make their voices heard,” Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs said.
Hobbs also noted that early voting for the Aug. 4 Primary Election ends today at 5 p.m. Voters should contact their county recorder’s office with questions about emergency voting options this weekend and on Aug. 3.
In addition to an increase in the number of registered voters, the quarterly report shows that about 3.98 million voters are active. This means their voter information is up to date. The number of inactive registered voters increased by about 4,400, to just over 500,000 voters. Inactive voters are still registered and eligible to participate in elections, but are labeled inactive because:
- Two election mailings sent to the registration address were returned undeliverable; and
- The voter has not yet submitted a new registration form or otherwise updated their address
The complete quarterly voter registration report that includes county, legislative district and congressional district information is available at http://go.azsos.gov/JulyReg or by calling 1-877-THE-VOTE.
Registered voters have until 5 p.m. on July 31, 2020 to vote early in person for the Primary Election.
Voters who are still holding on to their early ballot can return it to the following locations before 7 p.m. Election Day:
- The county recorder’s office
- An authorized ballot drop-off location or drop-box
- An early voting location
- An Election Day voting location
Election Day is Tuesday, August 4, 2020. For more information, visit Arizona.Vote.